From missed calls to ridiculous penalties, replacement officials have been on the hot seat for the first three weeks of the 2012 NFL season and one thing is certainly clear–these refs should not be officiating at this level. (Kirby Lee, US Presswire)
M.D. Jennings (r.) of the Packers appears to have sole possession of the ball, but replacement officials do not see it that way as they call a game-winning touchdown for the Seahawks. (Stephen Brashear/AP)
(AURN) -- Since the start of the NFL season some have been reluctant to say whether faulty calls made by the league's replacement refs have changed the outcome of games. But, after last night's Packers v. Seahawks game many have little doubt.